Your doctor plays a pivotal role in explaining your options for surgery. Breast tissue, body type and implant type and size will all be considered before you and your doctor finalise a surgical plan.
This is an overview of the most common incision choices your doctor can offer.
An inframammary incision is placed in the fold beneath your breast. This location can accommodate every size and shape of implant, is often concealed, and is known for fast recovery times. An inframammary incision gives your surgeon the most precise access to where your breast implant will sit after surgery.
The periareolar incision is performed on the border of the dark skin around your nipple. It is known to have fast recovery times, but does not accommodate every size and shape of implant.
A transaxillary incision is well concealed in the armpit and more removed from the breast area, so it is less noticeable. Recovery times are a bit longer and not all implant sizes and shapes can be accommodated.
You can have your implants placed above the muscle (subglandular) or below the muscle (subpectoral). Our Breast Surgeon will decide which placement location is best for you based on your goals, breast type and other factors. The location choice will be part of your surgical plan. We currently use implants that are fully approved by the FDA and come with a implant life time guarantee read more information on our implants
Many women take an extensive look at before and after pictures to see what benefit they can achieve from Breast Enlargement.